Nice wide, chunky bracelet, signed Hattie Carnegie. The bracelet is so well made and the design is a woven pattern of gold plated domes alternating with oval black faceted glass rhinestones. Push in clasp and safety chain. The back is a very smooth with almost no wear to the metal. If you like nice wide chunky statement pieces from a famous designer, you'll love this one!
Size: 7 inches long x 1.5 inches wide; Condition: Excellent; Circa: 1950s
Born Hattie Kanengeiser in Vienna in 1886, Hattie Carnegie updated her moniker in the early 1900s, taking the last name of Andrew Carnegie, one of the wealthiest men. Carnegie started her costume jewelry business in 1939 which grew in popularity with the help from designers like Pauline Trigere and Alexis Kirk. Many designs included rich-looking stones and some animal figures, however, one of the most famous Carnegie pieces were the Asian Princess Brooch. The Carnegie salon closed operations in 1965, but the rights to the Hattie Carnegie jewelry line were sold to Larry Josephs in the 1960s and continued to produce Carnegie pieces until the 1970s.
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